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## Melissa will rent a car for the weekend. She can choose one or two plans. The first plant has no initial fee but costs \$.80 per mile driven. That’s like a plan has an initial fee of \$75 in cost an additional \$.38 per mile driven. How many miles with Melissa need to drive for two plants to cost the same? NEED HELP ASAP PLEASE

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If you equal both of the PLANS you will get
\$.80x=\$75+\$.38x
then you subtract .38x on both sides and get
\$.42x=\$75
once thats done you will divide .42 on both sides leaving the variable x by itself…
and then x=178.57miles
but to break even it would be 179 miles for both of the plans to cost the same

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## The Gonzales family drove 300 miles on the first day of their vacation and 250 on each day after that. If d represents the number of days they drove after the first day, which expression gives the total distance driven?

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Employee                                 Mary      Zoe         Greg         Ann           Tom

Cumulative Pay                       \$6,800   \$10,500  \$8,400    \$66,000   \$4,700

Pay subject to FICA S.S.         \$421.60  \$651.00  \$520.80 \$4092.00 \$291.40
6.2%, (First \$118,000)

Pay subject to FICA Medicare \$98.60 \$152.25    \$121.80    \$957.00    \$68.15
1.45% of gross

Pay subject to FUTA Taxes      \$40.80  \$63.00     \$50.40    \$396.00  \$28.20
0.6%

Pay subject to SUTA Taxes   \$367.20  \$567.00  \$453.60  \$3564.00 \$253.80
5.4% (First \$7000)

Totals                                     \$928.20 \$1,433.25 \$1,146.60 \$9,009.00 \$641.55

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## Which of these best describes an interest group? a group formed to support political campaigns financially a group that meets with lawmakers to influence legislation a group formed to influence government policy a group driven by the political interests of the community?

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Making campaign contribution is a form of conventional participation. Conventional participation to a certain degree is a routine behavior that practices the well-established institutions of representative government most especially campaigning for candidates and voting elections. Conventional participation includes is voting, volunteering for a political campaign, making campaign donations, belonging to activist groups, serving in public office, displaying a campaign poster in the front yard and writing letters to public officials. For most people, involvement take place every few years at election time and people are strongly dedicated to politics are more to be expected to participate on a regular basis.

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## Read the following exchange between Romeo and Juliet from act I of Romeo and Juliet. What does the excerpt reveal about the love between the two young people? ROMEO: (to JULIET) If I profane with my unworthiest hand This holy shrine, the gentle fine is this: My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand To smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss. JULIET: Good pilgrim, you do wrong your hand too much, Which mannerly devotion shows in this; For saints have hands that pilgrims’ hands do touch, And palm to palm is holy palmers’ kiss. ROMEO: Have not saints lips, and holy palmers too? JULIET: Ay, pilgrim, lips that they must use in prayer. Their love is based on both physical and emotional attraction. Their love is shallow and based on defying their families. Their love is driven by their intellectual needs. Their love is instant and illogical. NextReset

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Answer:

Dogs can be strong companions, but they also have needs that many people forget to address.

Explanation:

The author’s claim is that many people forget to address the needs of their dogs. The author continues to talk about some of those needs, like regular washing and grooming to avoid becoming matted and sick. The author is not simply talking about washing and grooming, but other needs the dogs might have as well. These could include things like walking, a proper diet, or brushing their teeth.

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## According to abraham maslow, all people _____. learn from the environment learn from observing others have the same basic needs or motivations are driven by inner drives and motives

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Answer:    Joshua is correct

Explanation:  Animals, however well preserved and bred in conditions that are not in nature, that is, not in their natural habitat, animals still retain the animal instinct. Thus, young animals in the wild can be met daily, except for members of their species, and members of all other species, including predators, as well as humans. This means that in the natural environment, young animals can find themselves in a variety of dangers on a daily basis, but not only that. In this way young animals develop their ability to survive, escape from predators, manage, and develop their hunting skills, etc. All this is essential for socialization because according to all these developed skills and abilities their socialization depends. To deny any of the conditions prevailing in the wild means to deny the development of any skill or instinct, to deny proper socialization.

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## If you are operating a power driven vessel that is underway in conditions of restricted visibility, what should you do

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If you are operating a power driven vessel that is underway in conditions of restricted visibility, what should you do

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## The tense of a verb indicates a. whether a verb is singular or plural. b. whether a verb is regular or irregular. c. agreement. d. time. user: 2. in which of the following sentences is the underlined word a past participle? a. jenna has driven this route multiple times. b. i was working overtime for about six months. c. she would like to join us. d. we helped joan to pack her things.

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Following that whole fiasco, Dexter works to improve his social and economic standing.After college, he goes to the big city near Black Bear Lake and invests in a laundry business. He specializes in high-quality laundry services for wealthy customers. (Good way to get in with them.)Before he is even twenty-seven, he owns the largest string of laundries in the Midwest.Eventually, he’ll sell the chain of stores and move to New York.Before this move east, when Dexter is twenty-three, an older rich man named Mr. Hart gives Dexter a guest pass to the Sherry Island Golf Club. Yep, same place he used to work.He plays golf with three wealthy guys, two of whom he used to caddy for. Ah, how the tables have turned.As they are playing, one of them – Mr. T.A. Hedrick – takes a golf ball to the stomach. Ouch. (Although that sounds better than a golf club to the chest, which is what Hilda almost got.)The golf ball belongs to none other than Judy Jones. Golf paraphernalia is clearly her weapon of choice.She doesn’t seem particularly sorry to have hit an old man in the stomach. She continues to play as the other golfers – Mr. Hedrick, Mr. Sandwood, and Mr. Hart – all comment on her splendid physical appearance.After sunset, Dexter goes swimming in Black Bear Lake. He reaches the furthest raft out on the lake, and as he’s lying there, a motorboat suddenly approaches him.It’s Judy Jones.She asks Dexter to drive the motorboat so that she can ride on a surfboard behind it.Judy wants to avoid the man waiting for her in her house on Sherry Island, who has just told her she is his ideal. She can’t take a compliment, apparently. (Just kidding, that’s actually kind of creepy.)Dexter drives Judy’s boat so that she can surf behind him, and on a whim, Judy invites Dexter to dinner the next evenin

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